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Old 05-02-2013, 07:55 PM   #26351
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wooo. went in today feeling super weak but managed 3 consecutive muscle up's! wooo PB!

anyone know how much blazing affects your recovery and progress?
friend says that it screws with your recovery. is it true?
doesn't affect shit...not true at all, your friend is a moron
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Was gonna have a rest day today but decided to go anyway

Meals, hydration and sleep were in check, so decided to go for 1RM deadlift today

PR'ed all lifts

I did 405 x 2, 425 x 1 (PR), 445 x 1(PR)

Starting to reap the benefits of heavy squatting
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Was gonna have a rest day today but decided to go anyway

Meals, hydration and sleep were in check, so decided to go for 1RM deadlift today

PR'ed all lifts

I did 405 x 2, 425 x 1 (PR), 445 x 1(PR)

Starting to reap the benefits of heavy squatting
dam nice bro
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Thanks man

Your homie PR'ed 455 today with ease, you should be proud lol

he probably could've gone for 5 plates
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Your homie PR'ed 455 today with ease, you should be proud lol

he probably could've gone for 5 plates
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does anyone know where I can get the full starting strength book/program?
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^a program aint gonna get you strong, calories and heavy weight is ...so simple really
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Do my program i wrote its similar but better. Just enter in your 1rm
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does anyone know where I can get the full starting strength book/program?
sick of having suck weak lifts
i'm gonna have to agree with strykn on this one, just google "starting strength template" and you'll get a bunch of pre-done spreadsheets for you to plug your lifts into

Also, if you're not doing it already doing some GPP work (or some full body conditioning exercises that have a power/balance/agility element to it) as a supplement to your weight training program you are missing out.. It will help condition your body so that when you are lifting heavy ass weight, you will have the cardio, core strength, flexibility, and stabilization to push through your sticky points.. without these elements, it will cause sticky points in your lift, improper form, and even injury

Some great exercises imo are burpees, lateral plyometric jumps, plyo pushups, jump squats, jumping lunges, medicine ball toss, sled drags

as a matter of fact, i'm heading out right now to do some on my off day
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^a program aint gonna get you strong, calories and heavy weight is ...so simple really
It's a combination of things.

100% program
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A program creates consistency and steady progress into heavy weights. If you eat enough/sleep enough and stick to the program, you will, NO QUESTIONS, be a lot stronger.

It's just a matter of making it a habit. It's like losing weight. There's no secret fat burner pill, stop eating bad shit and so much of it, stick to it and you will shed the weight off. Consistency is key.
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Finally hit that 225lbs squat 225x3 did 192.5 2-3 weeks ago squats growing fast but deadlift still at 170lbs for a while
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Finally hit that 225lbs squat 225x3 did 192.5 2-3 weeks ago squats growing fast but deadlift still at 170lbs for a while
Either you don't deadlift much or you have some poor technique.
Deadlift should be at least squat at that weight.
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Either you don't deadlift much or you have some poor technique.
Deadlift should be at least squat at that weight.
Stronger squat = stronger deadlift
yeah notice my form is pretty bad too trying my best to fix it but i do more squat than deadlift gonna start taking it serious like squat on my next back day
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Either you don't deadlift much or you have some poor technique.
Deadlift should be at least squat at that weight.
Stronger squat = stronger deadlift
that's true for most guys, but sometimes there's the odd guy like stan efferding for example that are squat dominant. But at the same time, at the stage he is at, it's still hard to tell what he is dominant with

I definetly agree with what you said though, you just got to find the position and form that you feel most compatible with, i played around with my squatting and deadlifting form and its helped alot. I can now proudly say my squat is higher than my bench by at least 20-30 lbs which is alot more comforting
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Hit the gym yesterday had a pretty solid work out. Finally got my deadlift past what my Max was for the longest time of 275 x 5 pulled out 295 x 5 going to attempt 3 plates pretty soon, debating if I should try and go as high as I can with no belt or you guys think after you hit 3 plates you should probably get a belt?
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you'll get 3 plates easy, maybe even for 2
i got my belt when i hit 3 plates, but it's different for everyone so i cant tell you whether or not you should get one
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Hit the gym yesterday had a pretty solid work out. Finally got my deadlift past what my Max was for the longest time of 275 x 5 pulled out 295 x 5 going to attempt 3 plates pretty soon, debating if I should try and go as high as I can with no belt or you guys think after you hit 3 plates you should probably get a belt?
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Alpine, who cares what people in the gym think. If you feel more secure/fine with a belt, do it.

As long as you still have your lumbar tight and neutral/slight curve, the belt will only help you consciously hold constant pressure within your core.

Everyone's built differently. Keep lifting heavy.

Just don't wear that belt during your warmups. lol.
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